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DISTRIBUTED WIND FARM WIND NOT WIND FARMS


NEW WIND TURBINE CAN HELP REVITALISE RURAL


ECONOMY


NEW 225KW TURBINE DESIGNED TO SUPPORT BRITISH FARMERS Endurance Wind Power recently confirmed that the X-Series, a new range of 225kW wind turbines, has started production in a UK based facility, helping British farmers generate additional income, insulating the rural economy from rising energy prices, and giving rural areas access to electricity that the grid may not provide.


The new turbine is targeted specifically at farmers who wish to reap a higher financial return and power output than from smaller turbines, but don’t want to install larger towers synonymous with wind farms. Endurance turbines are smaller than standard pylons and less than a third of the height of traditional utility scale turbines.


ENGINEERING EXPERTS ATTEND CLA GAME FAIR


The company demonstrated its support for British farmers by sponsoring the Renewables Zone at the Country Land and Business Association Game Fair at Ragley Hall, Warwickshire recently. The company had engineering experts on hand to answer questions on everything from how to install turbines, measure wind speeds and get planning permission. They will also be showcased their latest turbine technology, including a full-size nacelle (turbine head) of their flagship 50kW E-Series turbine.


GENERATING INCOME


Endurance UK Managing Director, Dave Rankin said: “Endurance turbines can generate real income for British farmers at a tough time for crop yields. We look forward to supporting CLA members at the Ragley Game Fair later and demonstrating the healthy returns that can be made from installing our kit, especially our new X-Series model.”


CLA Game Fair Director, Andrew Crawford said: “We are delighted Endurance Wind Power is sponsoring the Renewables Zone at this year’s CLA Game Fair. It is an opportunity for CLA members and other visitors to benefit from owning and operating small and medium-sized wind turbines.”


RESEARCH SHOWS INCREASING INVESTMENT IN FARM WIND Nottingham Trent University’s, Forum for the Future and Farmers Weekly held prior to the CLA Game Fair published findings


from its “Farm as Power Station” project which shows the rate of farmers installing renewables has gone up from 5% to 40% in the last three years.


In the next five years three in every four farmers could be generating renewable energy, with a significant proportion of this being small and medium scale wind, according to the survey.


Endurance Wind Power www.endurancewindpower.co.uk


www.windenergynetwork.co.uk


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